After sooo much teasing, Rihanna has finally dropped the full video for her sweetly acoustic "FourFiveSeconds" single featuring Kanye West and Sir Paul McCartney. And... well, there are no whips, chains or mind-altering club nights. In fact, the Inez and Vinoodh-directed video kind of reminds us of one of those classic Gap ads.
With the three principles -- who will debut the song at Sunday night's Grammys -- shot in stark black and white inside a square frame on an all-white set, the clip focuses your attention on Rih's emotionally unadorned vocals over the simple acoustic backing track.
And just because it's unplugged don't think Yeezus isn't cranked all the way up for his performance.
Remember this Gap ad?
The fashion photographer duo -- who've also directed clips for Lady Gaga and Bjork -- posted a series of stills from the clip as well: